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The US Navy has determined that a German mine caused the sinking of the World War I cruiser USS San Diego.
U.S. Navy divers have completed the removal of fuel oil from the capsized World War II German cruiser Prinz Eugen in the Marshall Islands.
It looks like the company that recovered a bunch of rare U.S. gold coins from a shipwreck off the coast of North Carolina can now begin selling them.
Shipwreck diver Rod MacDonald will have a pair of books published later on this month about his experiences diving the most famous wrecks from World War I off the U.K. and World War II in the Pacific.
The Wreck of the iconic and tragic USS Indianapolis, has finally been found after 72 years
Divers recently found a British submarine that was sunk by a German armed merchant ship in the North Sea in 1940.HMS Tarpon, an 84-meter/276-foot-long...
If shipwreck diving is your thing, you probably know that the ocean has done its thing to a lot of the older wrecks, with...